Long before our upcycled collections hit the virtual shelves (and physical shelves if you live near our SE Portland, Oregon workshop), our designers and production team spend hours envisioning the core purpose of each product.
March is BCorp month, and what better way to celebrate than alongside our friends at CNOC, Sokol Blosser, and Nossa Familia — three fellow B Corps with a mission to create positive impact for people and our planet.
You don’t have to leave the country to be a travel junky. From a global excursion to a quick weekend road trip, these gifts are built for adventures of all shapes and sizes. Made for the movers and shakers in your life, Looptworks upcycled travel bags and accessories offer a planet-friendly alternative designed to keep your essentials organized in style.
Fighting climate change may feel like a daunting task. Luckily, there is no action too small to start becoming an eco-champion on campus. Below we’ve rounded up a few common sustainability terms, 5 easy ways to be greener at school and on campus, and a few handy resources for when you want to dive in and learn more.
Open loop, closed loop, natural loop, mechanical loop. Are we talking about roller coasters or advanced knot tying? Unfortunately for the thrill seekers and sailors in the audience, it’s neither. If you’re a fellow recycling buff, you’ve come to the right place.
Oh, plastic. The familiar, yet oh-so infamous material plaguing our beautiful oceans. From straws and water bottles to food and take out packaging, it’s absolutely everywhere. Local governments and businesses are beginning to curb excessive single-use plastics now that studies are focusing on its significantly negative impact on ocean health.
We’re especially proud to be a B Corp on days like these. Today, B Lab announced that Looptworks has been ranked in the top 5% of B Corp companies worldwide in the Community category. This ranking designates us a Best For The World™ company for our positive impact. Here’s a brief look at what got us here.
Inspired by Earth Day and the rawness and texture of the upcycled canvas Crafter Tote, our Seam Team decided to take on a natural dye process as a fun and environmentally friendly way to bring color to the tote. Then they added a handmade seed paper tag to bring an extra note of life and craft to the project.